At their June 20 meeting, the North Lebanon Township Board of Supervisors general liability insurance with Bowman’s Insurance and approved the township manager to collect sample ordinances regulating Airbnbs and other short-term private home rentals.
Everyone needs an advocate – including and especially children in foster care.
The Palmyra Public Library’s annual used book sale returns July 9-14 at Palmyra First United Methodist Church.
Global glass products giant Schott AG plans to triple its production of ready-to-use vials at its South Lebanon plan.
The stretch of Interstate 81 through south-central Pennsylvania is busier than ever, and sorely in need of an upgrade.
The late, great American composer Stephen Sondheim will be celebrated this weekend at the Mount Gretna Playhouse in Gretna Theatre’s production of ‘Sondheim on Sondheim.’
As part of a realignment of the Middle Atlantic Conference, Lebanon Valley College will move to a new division for the 2023-24 academic year.
Lebanon County is represented in the statewide Visit PA Ice Cream Trail by Patches Family Creamery.
The Lebanon Valley Food Critics’ take: May’s Wok offers a standard Chinese menu and a very simple online ordering platform.
The CapitalPenNScalers modular model railroad group welcomed visitors to the restored Annville train station on Saturday to see a display by the group that’s prepared annually for Historic Old Annville Day.
The City of Lebanon will be hosting a nature camp for kids at Stoever’s Dam Park from June 27 to June 29.
The summer run of concerts at Coleman Memorial Park continues July 9 with The Don Johnson Project taking the stage in what’s being billed as “one of their final appearances in central Pennsylvania.”
Here are the real estate transfers recorded in Lebanon County for the first half of June.
At their meeting Tuesday, June 14, the South Londonderry Township Board of Supervisors began the process of establishing pre-employment screenings for non-uniform employees, agreed to two traffic signal resolutions with PennDOT, and adjusted the proposed rezoning text amendment for Northside Crossing.
Two recent ELCO/LCCTC grads are headed to Atlanta this week to compete against the country’s best young culinarians.